Christopher  Sleet

Professor of Economics; Head of Economics

Phone

412-268-9938

Area of Expertise

Economics

Education

Stanford University - Ph D - 1998
London School of Economics - MS - 1992
Cambridge University - BA - 1990


Teaching and Research Interests

Public Economics, Macroeconomics.

PUBLICATIONS

  • Revision Proofness

    (author(s): Laurence Ales, Christopher Sleet) Journal of Economic Theory 152, 2014; 324-355

  • Nonlinear Capital Taxation without Commitment

    (author(s): Christopher Sleet, Emmanuel Farhi, Ivan Werning, Sevin Yeltekin) Review of Economic Studies 79(4), 2012; 1469-1493

  • Recursive Methods for Incentive Problems

    (author(s): Christopher Sleet, Matthias Messner, Nicola Pavoni) Review of Economic Dynamics 15(4), 2012; 501-525

  • Discussion Of ``Tax Buyouts'' by Del Negro, Perri and Schivardi

    Journal of Monetary Economics 57, 2010; 596-599

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WORKING PAPERS

  • Tasks, Talents and Taxes

    (author(s): Christopher Sleet, Laurence Ales, Musab Kurnaz)

  • The Dual Approach to Recursive Optimization: Theory and Examples

    (author(s): Christopher Sleet, Matthias Messner, Nicola Pavoni)

  • Misery and Luxury: Long run outcomes in private information economies

    (author(s): Sevin Yeltekin, Christopher Sleet) 2010

University Service

Undergraduate Business Program Review, Committee Chair, (2013 - )
Undergraduate Economics Committee, Committee Chair, (2012 - )
Workshop Organizer, Macroeconomics Workshop organizer, (2006 - 2012)
TEPPER ECONOMICS PLANNING, (2009 - 2010)
Faculty Recruitment/School Wide, (2008 - 2009)
Chairperson, Faculty Recruitment/Economics, (2007 - 2008)
Chairperson, Faculty Recruitment/Economics, (2006 - 2007)
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Professional Activities

Editor, Associate Editor, Quantitative Economics
Member, Carnegie Rochester Conference on Public Policy, Board
Editor, Associate Editor, Journal of Monetary Economics

COURSES TAUGHT

  • ADV MACROECON THEORY (73253)
    2013 Section: A2, A4
  • PRINC OF ECONOMICS (73100)
    2013 Section: 1, 2
  • Mathematics for Economists (47780)
    2013 Mini 1 Section: A
    2012 Mini 1 Section: A
    2011 Mini 1 Section: A
    2010 Mini 1 Section: A
    2009 Mini 1 Section: A
  • Macroeconomics I (47802)
    2013 Mini 2 Section: A
    2012 Mini 2 Section: A
    2011 Mini 2 Section: A
    2010 Mini 3 Section: A
    2009 Mini 3 Section: A
    2008 Mini 4 Section: A

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Christopher Sleet